Actor Miguel de Grandy dies
Spanish Actors Union
December 30, 2016
Cuban actor and stage director Miguel de Grandy died on Tuesday January 29, 2016 in Madrid at 81 years old.
Son of artists Julita Muñoz actress and director and tenor Miguel de Grandy, the actor developed his career in dozens of countries: Venezuela, Colombia, Mexico, USA, Germany and, of course, in Spain, where he resided in the 1970's.
His career Spain was noted for his participation in “La corte de Faraón”, “La del soto del Parral” and “La verbena de La Paloma” at Compañía Nacional del Teatro de La Zarzuela, and “La chulapona y La revoltosa”, among others.
He was also part of the National Classical Theatre Company, with which he made his debut in 1992 with the premiere of “La Gran Sultana” by Miguel de Cervantes, along with “Don Gil de las calzas verdes” and “El sí de las niñas”, among other classics .
In recent years, he joined the cast in several films such as “Espérame en el cielo”, “Besos en la Oscuridad” and “La conjura del Escorial”, as well as the television series ‘Farmacia de guardia’, ‘Manos a la obra’ and ‘Amar en tiempos revueltos’, among others.
de GRANDY, Miguel
Born: 7/5/1934, Havana, Cuba
Died: 1/29/2016, Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Miguel de Grandy’s western – actor:
The New Zorro (TV) – 1991 (Bernardo de la Paz)